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Grateful Dead Live at Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden on 1971-12-06




Set 1

Truckin', Loser, Mr. Charlie, Jack Straw, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Run Rudolph Run, El Paso, Tennessee Jed, Mexicali Blues, Black Peter, Next Time You See Me, Casey Jones

Set 2

Big Railroad Blues, Me And My Uncle, Ramble On Rose, Playing In The Band, Cryptical Envelopment > Drums > The Other One > Me And Bobby McGee > The Other One > Wharf Rat, One More Saturday Night, E: Uncle John's Band

setlist courtesy deadlists.com


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden
Location New York, NY

Source SBD -> Master Reel -> Apogee AD500 -> Dat
Lineage Dat (Sony R500) -> Sound Devices 744T -> Samplitude Professional v11.03 -> FLAC
Transferred by Charlie Miller

Notes

Notes:
-- All disc changes are seamless
-- Master Reels restored and transferred by Rob Eaton
-- This source doesn't have any of the cuts/flaws that other sources have

Reviews

Reviewer: TDCarowindz - - December 5, 2013
Subject: just a rant
i totally agree with the reviewer below! stop splitting he tracks where they were not presented that way...i.e. china/rider, scarlet/fire and any jam connecting one tune to another.
i will rate this later, so far it sounds like a clean board
Reviewer: rschwz28 - - May 1, 2012
Subject: anybody know?
What is the purpose of making Cryptical Envelopment, Drums and The Other One three separate tracks? I know that the different parts of the Anthem suite were listed separately on their second album, but when you put the needle down at the beginning of the vinyl platter, you heard the whole thing seamlessly.

Do we really need a half-second (if you're lucky) delay between Cryptical Envelopment and Billy's solo? Even worse for the listening experience is the break between Billy's drums and Phil's entrance ('Drums->The Other One').

I just got a little lucky. The Internet Archive went from The Other One to Me and Bobby McGee ALMOST seamlessly. But then I had to get up and click the mouse to advance to the next track, The Other One.

Come on guys (CM). Can't you make it so we can hear it the way they played it? Tracks 20 through 25 should be one track, to more closely recreate the concert experience. Anybody agree with me?
Reviewer: Pangolin22 - - March 11, 2011
Subject: Great Show
Not quite as good as the previous evening but still excellent. A couple of stellar Pigpen performances in Mr. Charlie and Next Time You See Me. Jerry throws in a soulful Black Peter and a truly gorgeous Wharf Rat (one o my favourite performances of this song).
There are few grand jams but everything is played with tangible energy making this well worth a listen... just make sure to listen to the previous night as well.
Reviewer: Hashjihad - - October 19, 2010
Subject: FIRST REView
I do not know how no one has written a review for an nice Miller soundboard like this. Playin is nice, before they get too crunchy and extend it, and Jerry is just soarin. Run Rudolph Run never even heard before. Nice. 3 and a Half stars cause I like Phil higher in the Mix, but Jerry's guitar is really good in this mix, just soars.
Reviewer: riccieg - - July 14, 2010
Subject: been there what a show
nyc felt forum no more filmore east BG intro problems w/sound then great sound allnight long, Thanks for bringing me back to a great show and time sadly felt forum no longer part of MSG now its called Paramount Theatre. miss pigpen and jerry Thanks
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